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.j. smith. >> charles: trying to use the pursuit of nebraska against itself, showing flow in one direction toward the field, to the wide side. and then coming back to the backside with one lead blocker out in front on an offensive lineman. >> gus: third down and six at the nebraska 16. thigpen in the backfield with hundley. hundley. goes up top. fauria, and he couldn't bring it in. daimion stafford got enough on it to break it up. >> charles: what a stand by the nebraska defense after the big break. ucla looks like they had all the momentum and nebraska had the moxie to hang in there and force a field goal attempt. >> gus: fairbairn comes in to attempt a 34-yarder. two for three. this evening. gets it up, and no good. wow. >> charles: they had a chance to seize this game by the neck. instead the nebraska defense holds. opportunity there for the cornhuskers. [ male announcer ] whether it's kevin's smartphone... mom's smartphone... dad's tablet... or lauren's smartphone... at&t has a plan built to help make families' lives easier. introducing at&t mobile share. one plan lets you share data o
. pushed out of bounds by p.j. smith. >> charles: trying to use the pursu of nebraska against itself, showing flow in one direction toward the field, to the wide side. and then coming back to the backside with one lead blocker out in front on an offensive lineman. >> gus: third down and six at the nebraska 16. thigpen in the backfield with hundley. hundley. goes up top. fauria, and he couldn't bring it in. daimion stafford got enough on it to break it up. >> charles: what a stand by the nebraska defense after the big break. ucla looks like they had all the momentum and nebraska had the moxie to hang in there and force a field goal attempt. >> gus: fairbairn comes in to attempt a 34-yarder. two for three. this evening. gets it up, and no good. wow. >> charles: they had a chance to seize this game by the neck. instead the nebraska defense holds. opportunity there for the cornhuskers. [ male announcer ] whether it's kevin's smartphone... mom's smartphone... dad's tablet... or lauren's smartphone... at&t has a plan built to help make families' lives easier. introducing at&t mobile share.
cover abbrederis as much as awe can if you're nebraska. >> brad: injured player martin probably a cramp. # >> todd: speed rushers came leading the team in sacks. this givings wisconsin a chance to come over and huddle around the coaching staff. up and okay. well, as okay as you can be when you get a cramp. >> kirk: quite honestly i think danny o'brien, not that he played great but he played okay earlier in the year, he was walk walking that a very difficult situation because of what wilson did when he transferred in last year and the great success he had. want want -- second and ten. >> brad: delayed blitz coming. he's going deep. seidlin, overshot and flag flies in with chase hammond down there. and mosthammed seisay was guy covering. was the pass catchable? that's the other question. >> referee: pass interference defense, number 4. 15-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> brad: huge penalty, there haven't been many but that's a big one. >> todd: they are running stride for stride. there was a little contact. >> brent: there it is, right hand had him on shoulder right
it democrat bob kerrey for the opened democrat senate seat -- for the open senate seat and nebraska. this one-hour debate from omaha is courtesy of ketv. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> the u.s. candidate for senate for nebraska will answer questions from a panel of journalists. please join me in welcoming the republican candidate, deb fischer -- [applause] and the democratic candidate, former u.s. senator bob kerrey. [applause] our panelists are ketv reporters. each candidate will have 90 seconds to answer. they will be given 30 seconds of rebuttal time. our audience includes guests of both candidates. we ask you to refrain from any displays of approval or disapproval and hold your applause to the end of the debate. we thank the omaha community playhouse for providing this beautiful venue. we begin with our opening statements, one a minute long each, and under rules agreed by candidates, a coin flip will determine who goes first, and that is candidate fischer. >> a little over a year ago, i began this. >> int
on c- span, c-span radio, and c- next, a nebraska senate debate. then a debate the train tammy baldwin and -- women reporters talk about the 2012 campaign. >> the first thing a center of our article is getting medicare cost under control. that is the most untouchable thing. that is going to cause more trouble than any other problem we have fiscally in the united states. getting medicare costs under control is the number one thing. >> you say we also surcharge smokers and the obies for their medicare coverage. where did that come from? -- be obese for their medicare coverage. >> i am the one who put it into the memo, but i did not have to fight hard for it. something i put in the washington post, i called them mega fatties. i was rebuked for being insensitive, which i guess i probably am. but this is another thing where everybody knows this to be true and somebody has to pay for it. i am not saying you have to bankrupt people who are too heavy, but there should be penalties. i an not really a democrat, but i am a democrat compared to him. you have to be responsible to som
the montague expressway, no delays clear from novato.. let me show you a video from nebraska with a school bus. there have been four deaths. this mangled mess. and a tractor-trailer that crashed and nebraska at an intersection near the nebraska state line. both drivers were killed. and also to passengers on that school bus. there is an investigation under way to see what happened >> still ahead, remembering the deadly shooting from wisconsin. >> this has been one month since this deadly anniversary from marquette university. the victims speak out family speak out. >> the family is here. basically, it is " in god we trust. >> it was on the sunday, aug. it when they killed six people and wounding others before he took his own life. >> we will be right back with following the latest on wall street. taking a look at the markets. from the a d p over 200,000 per j jobs were added in the private sector. /+ and even the government jobs report shows a decrease in the national unemployment rate. we will have to wait to see if the signs of hiring are increasing. >> right now, temperatures? good morning.
and nebraska debates will be live on c-span today. nebraska is at noon. wisconsin is at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. as you can see, this is about to start. we are bringing you live coverage. have a great weekend. >> we are live here at the pentagon this morning for a briefing with secretary of defense, leon panetta and canadian minister of national defense, peter mackay. leon panetta news yesterday as he acknowledged that terrorists had planned and carried out the attack on united states consulate in benghazi earlier this month and killed four americans, including chris stevens. we could get more on that today. also going on on our companion network c-span 2 right now, on land security secretary is discussing cyber security threats. at a summit taking place in the nation's capital. the center is holding a session and we will return to live coverage of that on c-span 2. counter prescription drugs is the topic of a conference taking place on c-span 3 allah de. the partnership for sick medicines is hosting the conference. you can see live coverage on that on our campaign and network c-span 3. >> we a
the nation. hope it's nice where you are. but you're going to see hail and gusty winds from southern nebraska to amarillo. showers into the carolinas. late-day thunderstorms from pittsburgh to northern new england. >> mostly 80s in the northeast and the nation's midsection. triple-digits from texas into the desert southwest. >>> when we come back this morning, can you really trademark a color? well, a court ruling that has some people seeing red. >>> and then, video of a chilling bank heist. armed gunmen kidnapping the bank manager and strapping on what they said was a bomb. >>> and we'll lighten the mood a little later in the show. hot on the heels of her speech in charlotte, the first lady tries her hand at late-night laughs. @ >>> welcome back, everyone. and there is more evidence this morning that the housing recovery is picking up steam. a new report shows homes are selling more quickly. and the supply is getting tighter. the national association of realtors says for homes that sold in july, the median listing time was 69 days. now, that is a whole lot faster than it was a year ago, when
performance by the runner. >> tim: finally pulling away but the eagles made it tough early on. nebraska, happy to report coach pelini is doing ok. >> spencer: fourth down, nebraska's abdul takes it 80 yards for the touchdown. he funnels that coverage, he's going to hit his head own goalpost. go, fellow, go. he's going to make it in for the score. >> tim: this is the team that nebraska beat that gave up 484 to air force back on september 1st. coming up we'll tell you what transpired in the a.c.c. and a lot of it when "the [ male announcer ] with a driving range of more than 550 miles you'll inevitably find yourself on a desolate highway in your jeep grand cherokee. and when you do, you'll be grateful for the adaptive cruise control that automatically adjusts your speed when approaching slower traffic. and for the blind-spot monitor... [ beeping ] ...that helps remind you that the highway might not be as desolate... as you thought. ♪ greetings from the people here sure are friendly but some have had a hard time understanding my accent. so to make sure people get every word of the geico savings
: let's continue down the roster of the senate races. they're far from alone. let's start with nebraska, which was going to be the big return of bob kerry. is he faring well or not. >> he's not. the republicans need four pick-offs, democratic pick-offs to get that to magical 51 number to get control of the senate. they had a long list that they were confident they were going to pick up. a lot of those are turning blue, nebraska is not one of them. bob kerry was the best they could get in nebraska to try to replace the retiring ben nelson. but he's double digits behind. that's a deep red state. i think that one still republican in washington and throughout the country they're still confident they have that one. >> eliot: perhaps one of the few island of genuine comfort. that's too bad. bob kerry at one point intensely popular nebraska kid veteran of vietnam who lost a leg in the war, a navy seal am i correct he was a seal? >> um, i don't remember. >> eliot: heroism. then came to new york and was saint bid it that new york stuff and nebraska does not embrace him the same way that they use
will continue in lincoln nebraska. last night in nebraska somebody received a tip that somebody fit the description of charlie dowd. he went to montreal to see his son and grandchildren. he disappeared between denver and chicago. amtrak found his bag and cell phone and medication on the train in chicago. >>> the city of san hoe are launching a new announcement. moore a 27 year veteran wants to spend more time with his family. it has throat an exidos of police officers. >> the frustration is when you are caught in the middle after it. >> well it's not the right time for me... >> moore took over 18 months ago and hits last day on the -- his last day on the job will be september 23rd. >>> the bomber drove a bar packed with explosives into a group of aviation workers at kabul airport. the bomber was a young woman and the bombing was in response to a film that marked protest across the middle east. now an actor regrets his decision. >> if it was a film that never had been heard of, i would have said okay... >> reporter: he got the part after answering a casting call for zalman. four amer
and amtrak police are now searching 160 miles of rail lines within colorado and nebraska for a firefighter who has been missing since thursday. the 69-year-old was traveling from california to chicago and last seen on a train thursday night. all stops between denver and chicago have been searched. now, family and police believe he may have fallen out of a door while the train was traveling to eastern colorado or western nebraska. >> and san francisco police are keeping watch on occupy profitestors. they returned with tents after demonstrations marking the one-year anniversary all day yesterday. police gave them until 6:00 to remove those tents or risk arrests. they complied and removed tents and they stayed. sargeants -- merchants are not happy claiming the protestors hurt business, police say they'll move in if tents go back up. >> the governor signed legislation authorizing extensive changes to california's $16 billion worker's compensation system. the supporters say it is a win-win and the bill includes a 30% increase in cash benefits for permanently injured workers. legislation estimat
area between colorado and nebraska. charlie dowd disappeared from an amtrak train on a trip to visit his soon. now they say they think he fell off the train. they reportedly saw him standing near a train and another passenger found an exterior door open. his family will head to colorado and nebraska today. >>> and turning now to late news, president barack obama talked about controversial comments made by his challenger mitt romney. >> my experience is you have to be president for everybody not just for some. >> he was asked about that secret recordings. in the recording he said half are victims and believe they are end titled to many things. >> i'm sure i could state it better than i did in a setting like that. i'm sure i will point that out. >> ryan called them inn articulate. they are trying to highlight government dependancy. >> it shows more americans think the country is moving in the right direction. the race for the white house is still very close. and the latest pole shows him with a slight edge. >>> they will honor petaluma's little leaguers. today the little league world s
. >>> a retired bay firefighter who disappeared from a chicago bowel train has been found in nebraska. the family of the 69-year-old is saying that his body was spotted by a rail worker. he was last scene on the 16th. >>> we'll be right back. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. >>> this was the scheme of the apple store on chestnut street in san francisco, as the iphone 5 officially wem on sale this morning. log lines throughout the bay area. many people were camping out overnight. more from dave. >> giant bubbles filled the ail in san francisco, stirring a bubble smith and the groggy iphone hungry crowd here waiting in line. check out the this sped up video. this line of 400 deep before the store opened wrapping around
of these advice scripts, the locking pliers, a magical intention. a danish immigrant in a town in nebraska and is typical of the american ingenuity and innovation and so forth came up with decided that you can lock things in place and that would leave your other hand free. a little town in the middle of nebraska, decade after decade we find new products. it provided solid, good jobs for people in the community. they could send their kids to college if they wanted to go to college. these were not super high-paying jobs but they were solid jobs and good jobs, the heart of american ingenuity. eventually multinational corporation comes along and buys the company and systematically shuts it down, ships the work to china. what is interesting about this, the chinese factory after it went over there was not efficient and in fact it was apparently so poorly run that the folks that have been laid off back in nebraska pay them to go over and try to study the situation to impose some efficiencies of the chinese workforce. >> host: but the company in nebraska, wiped out? >> guest: wiped out. it provide
in colorado on thursday and may have been seen in nebraska. he is under a doctor's care and needs medication. >> he is a character. my dad is a character. if people have seen him in nebraska, and in omaha, along the train route, feel like they would remember him, and the more we can get his picture and we also started a facebook page, find charlie dowd. i feel like if people see it, they'll remember him. >> ama: she is on her way to omaha right now. this is the facebook page. charlie dowd suffers from high blood pressure and is die -- diabetic. >> alan: tomorrow is the jars of the good evening of the "occupy" movement a year ago and protests are planned across the country in new york, demonstrators plan to march on wall street. it start as a protest against economic and social inequality but soon snowballed into a sometimes violent protest against everything work with -- wrong with the world. a protest is expected in san francisco tomorrow in the wells fargo bank near the barret party station, and at pg&e headquarters on market street, and another one at the war memorial on vanness. and two
on $500,000 bail. >>> the search for a missing bay area man moves to nebraska. coming up, the last sighting there. >>> a suspect is in the hospital after police shot him during tense moments in front of a home. it started after 8:00 a.m. this morning when police received a call of an armed man. when police arrived the suspect said he was armed and suicidal. police say he refused to cooperate and that is when officers opened fire. he was conscious and talking before being taken to the hospital. >>> a man obtained video that he says shows what happened when his wife's car got smashed between two muni vehicles. ktvu's lorraine blanco is in the city with the video and the husband's plea to officials. >> reporter: august 3a car pulls up behind a muni bus. it stops and a trolley crashes into it. she was in the car, sandwiched between two city vehicles. according to the police report the operator stated the white car cut in front of me. i hit the breaks but it didn't stop. he doesn't buy it. he went looking for evidence and bingo, he looked up and saw that surveillance camera showing the
says it may have fallen off that train somewhere in eastern colorado or western nebraska. passengers reported seeing him near a train door which was later found open. he was on his way to visit family in montreal amtrak police was disoriented and thought that he was an apartment. he was disoriented and asking for an apartment is true. why wouldn't they ask him to get medical attention might then? did we turn daughter traveled from san francisco to lead nebraska to look for him they got a tip that he was spotted there. no sign of their dad. >>> shuttle launch the popular bay area based pbs series hit the gourmets accused of cooking up way too much medical marijuana. 58 year-old priest brendan was arrested on thursday during a compliance check in his nevada county home. cameras were there as he was hauled away. deputies say she admitted to selling the pot for profit and had five granting cash stashed in his underwear. did way to the reports on the future of america's waistline gives us endeth for fat and shows this fall to 60% and more than a dozen states. it just wants a new weapon.
across the country. >> oit was really encouraging to know a there there is a flier out in nebraska for her. >> the search has become more refined with people poking into cauldrons and ravines. >> and it is satisfying for me. i will keep on going until they tell me to stop. >>justine: investigators are convinced that she was kidnapped and murdered by the man in custody now. they say the dna found in his car the links him to the murder appeared >>justine: a big thing in the tach world pin. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that con
university. >> massachusetts. >> and creighton university in omaha, nebraska. these guys are rocking it. we just want to point out these schools are a bit smaller than the other, but they are mighty. >> look at them. >> their mascot, yes. we'll find all that out in a few minutes. >> i like watching the kids screaming, i'm enjoying it. >> brandeis is named after the u.s. supreme court justice louis brandeis. >> going insane. check it out, the total number of students here only 5,500 and 3 a. 500 undergrad. so the mascot is the judge, why wouldn't it be? >> eleanor roosevelt and leonard bernstein both taught there. >> the creighton -- was founded in 1878 by a businessman named edward creighton. it has about 7,700 students. >> and its mascot is the blue jay. >> and they're division 1 in sports, and they're rocking it. we'll check in with them in awhile. >> now, what type of a person are you? are you the type of person that when you get a little road rage you sit? first of all, i hate my lips. i knew this was not going to work out. thank you, anthony. now i'm stuck with these lips for how long?
from nebraska learned never to give up. he lost his beloved step monkey named ahah. three years ago, the mother never stopped looking for him on the monkey trip and found him on ebay. check out the reaction when she surprised him with his long lost friend they know it's the same monkey because he has the same burn mark from the time mom accidentally put him in the drier. >> and she's like this is -- . >> this is priceless. >> cool. >> cute kid. >> go one free. >>> mitt romney spent the day trying to win virginia voters. >> highlights from the trip to the commonwealth as we continue on this late night. can ask o be patient. this president can tell us it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousa
reasonable 90 degrees, even though that is still warm. lincoln, nebraska, 78. fargo, 75. international falls, their high today, 67 degrees. finally a taste or feel of fall fo. our temperature now here in the district is 68 degrees. already down to 59 in gaithersburg. culpeper, down to 59. most places will be heading into the mid-50s tonight. give you an idea of how low we're going to, low of 58 for the district. 51 for gaithersburg. that will feel great. those will be some of the coolest temperatures we've had in our area for overnight lows since early june. tonight clear and cool. we talked about temperatures dropping into the low 50s in the suburbs, above 58 here in the district. fall feel tomorrow. knee and crisp -- sunny and crisp. 58degrees and refreshing breeze out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. planner at 8:00 in the morning, a cool start, 60. noon, 73, and 5:00 p.m., 76. talking about two days in the upper 70s. tuesday looks gorgeous at 79. wednesday, thursday, maybe, just maybe we heat it up to about 82. everything very gradual. probably the warm effort we get is 84 or
route to the government hoping it will ease concerns over nebraska's environmentally sensitive sand hills region of the look at that. it is a little circuitous now. will this finally get the white house on board? joining me in first on fox interview is transcanada ceo. russ, thank you so much for joining us. do you think you have the magic rout now? do you think it will get it done? >> i think we've listened to the concerns of nebraska cans and done a great degree of work to work around their concerns. i think we come up with a route that meets everybody's needs. melissa: tell me about the route. hopefully we can put the picture up again. you queen see there are a quite a few little loops along the way to make sure it doesn't touch this environmentally sensitive area. in a way are you sort of calling the president's bluff, saying well, we've done everything we're supposed to do, now approve it? >> i think we've done that, we done everything that we're supposed to do for the whole process started, well over four years ago. and this is just the latest adjustments that we made to the r
was from gaithersburg moving back to california when they were killed in a fiery crash in western nebraska sunday. tonight we're learning more about the family and the new life they hoped to build. fox 5's maureen umeh starts off the news edge. >> christopher and diana schmidt were moving back home to sacramento where they grew up, fell in love and had their two boys. diana was 30 weeks pregnant with their third son. it was supposed to be the start of a new chapter in their lives, but it ended before it even began. more risk tragedy unfolding on a western -- horrific tragedy unfolding on a western nebraska highway, two cars burned beyond recognition, a family of five killed in an instant. neighbors are in shock. >> the whole family, even the dogs and the cat. i mean it's terrible. >> reporter: christopher schmidt, his wife diana who was seven months pregnant with the little boy the couple was going to name ethan, their sons 3- year-old samuel and 2-year-old connor all gone. >> from the impact to the explosion there's no way they even knew what happened. >> reporter: brad bowman is diana'
in nebraska, typical of american innovation, came up with the idea that you could lock things in place leaving the other hand free to do other things. in a little town in the middle of nebraska, that instrument had been made decade after decade, refined, new products on it, provided solid, good jobs for people in that community, sent their kids to college if they wanted to go to college. these were not super high paying jobs, but solid, good jobs that were the heart of american ingenuity. eventually, a multinational corporation comes along, buys the company, and systematically shuts it down and ships the work to china. what's interesting about this, the chinese factory, after it went over there, was not efficient, and, n., it was apparently so poorly run that they, folks who were laid off back in nebraska, paid them to go over and try to study this situation to impose some efficiency on the chinese work force. >> host: but the company in nebraska, wiped out? >> guest: wiped out. it was there for decades, provided work for generations of people, and it actually employed more people than the tow
that is a locking pliers because it was a great invention 75 years ago. a danish immigrant in nebraska. typical innovation. he came up with this idea that you could lock things in place and that would leave the other hand free. in a little town in the middle of nebraska that instrument had been made decade after decade, refined, new products, it provided solid good jobs for people and community. send their kids to college if they want to go to college. these are not super high-paying jobs that they were solid jobs, jobs that were kind of the heart of american ingenuity. eventually a multinational corporation comes along, buys the company and systematically shuts it down, ships the work to china. we're what's interesting about this, the chinese factory after it went over there was not efficient, and effective is apparently so poorly run that folks have been laid off back in nebraska, paid them to go over and try to study the situation to impose efficiency on the chinese workforce. >> but the company in nebraska wiped out. >> wiped out. and it had been there for decades, provided work for generat
sucediÓ en omaha nebraska, irrumpiÓ un murciÉlago que llevaba semanas en el edificio. >>> me pasÓ lo mismo en una redacciÓn, con un pÁjaro, los periodistas, camarÓgrafos, salieron huyendo, como si fuera un aviÓn de combate, no sÉ que clase de artefacto. >>> corres o no? >>> no, es un animalito chiquito, quÉ tiene de malo, que no pase por aquÍ arriba, sino me echo a tierra, adiÓs.
to key man from off the train somewhere in colorado or nebraska. he was on his way to montreal. the 69 year-old appeared disoriented. >>> if the report of him being disoriented asking for a corridor is true why wouldn't they ask him to get medical attention right then. >>> the family got a tip that he was spotted the but those sought solace in the side of him. >>> this number lived in what is expected to approve a 5 percent tuition hike in january. the board tentatively approved and it would raise tuition to more than $62 a year. california businesses will not pay less for workers' compensation. governor brown sounded dull supporting saying he will he make the workers' compensation system more efficient. changes were needed because the cost of insurance has increased for nearly $15 billion to $19 billion in the last couple of years. >>> or getting workers back to work faster were getting the kind of medical care they need that the program. this is people coming together to make california worked out. >>> lawyers argued that the bill limits litigation which means feel pity, it's. >>> ha
the recommended dose of weed killer. >> the rise of resisted weeds on this farm near humboldt, nebraska has threatened the livelihood and family. last year, he spent $7.5000 on chemical sprays that failed to protect his crops. the pungent palling from these weeds seriously affected his 8- year-old daughter's asthma. >> it makes her hard for her to brief. -- breathe. >> one of the problems is giant ragweed. you can see these plants tower over my head. scientists have been tried to kill these weeds using extra doses of chemical spray. they were able to survive 24 times the dose. its scientists cannot kill them with chemicals, it would take over this entire corn field. the resistance has been caused by the huge success of gm in the u.s. which has encouraged farmers to only use one chemical. now, they believe the solution lies in adding another herbicide that until now was to destructive to crops. >> this time, it shows the gradual killing of the week after spraying with the weed killer. >> this is best known for being part of the mix that constituted agent orange. some scientists believe it of
new orleans. ann romney will campaign in nebraska >> . new controversy on the campaign trail stemming from clint that involvesech hanging acounty man -- a chairhis house house.s roz plater got his side of the story. >> i don't believe in this president. that when her said hung an empty chair from a tree wooding.ast wo >> i loved his speech. >> why hang it in a tree? he said in a past somebody always wide his political science. >> this time i make them work it so they cannot steal its. >> his protest even caught the attention of the secret service. a spokesman told us the secret aware of the incident conduct an appropriate follow-up. the chairs are on his own property and some residents told us it should be his own business. . >> it >> -- it is america. >> i think it's wrong. >> it is racist. racist in any fashion. if i wanted to make a noose, i i did not. i have no intention of doing that. i feel it is an attack on free speech. they are taking a little bit of nothing and building it into something. >> it's not an isolated incident. austin, texas, and homeowner n empty tree in
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and medication were found in a sleeper, but he was nowhere to be found. he was last seen friday in omaha nebraska at the conductor who described him as disoriented. the search was suspended for a man who is the into the napa river. authorities simply the 26 you're a fan of the plaza's bridge. the san francisco and was pushing on the above trestle when the accident happened early yesterday morning. it was the other man who called gun a month for help. investigators say neither man is able to swim. deputy district attorneys are expected to meet today and culture costa county to decide whether to go on strike. the deputies delisted the had to take because it's because pay cuts have left for better paying positions elsewhere. a new lease on life for seven cisco's only outdoor shooting range. the sentences will chronicle had reports that the whole. after 70 years the club was missing evection after failing to agree on a new lease with the city. hot increase its liability in shirts. >>> topless photos of the duchess of cambridge. what's being done now keep them from being published could >>> the attrac
, nebraska. a man matching the description of its 69 year old was seen wandering around a neighborhood there. he is a need a vacation and has not been seen since late last week. he was on a train headed from and rebuilt to montreal. >> family, friends and complete strangers handed out fliers as they search for the 69 year-old from san mateo. he is in needed medication and has not been seen or heard from since last week. his cell phone and let it ride in chicago, but he did not. and his family has traveled to nebraska. >> is definitely a fear, that he got disoriented or something terrible happened. >> leave the family has set up a face full paid hall of him home. he has high blood pressure and heart disease. his family thinks he may have gotten off of the train. >>caller: rallies in concord say they shot a man. investigators say family members >> ha riding atop a modified 747 and paint it and to the bay area, and the notes coming up. >> at the oakland coliseum, excited a's fans lined up to purchase season tickets as the team try securities law and the playoffs. car and >> coming up, it
of the country. uniform off the train somewhere in colorado or nebraska. he was on his way to montreal to visit family. police have said the 69 year-old appeared he disoriented. if the report in being disoriented and asking for support the door is to and why wouldn't they did him medical attention right then? >>> daughter travel from san francisco to nebraska to look for him. the tip there is a tip that he was spotted there but no farce no side. >>> the would-be thieves didn't make a clean getaway the instrument similar to the one seen here was taken sunday afternoon of a father of the student he posted these pictures on line. he says the man entered the building and the candid and then left with the cello. in a good look at them. the classical instrument is priced at $10,000 proposed. >>> 35 you're is accused of breaking into the unoccupied home back in july. a suspect from of a meter reportedly confessed to police. crews and ed jacobi fogging for the west of fires from 7 to 11 this night the target area between labor and highway 4. >>> the bridge will be applied in this all would start next m
in nebraska. the conductor told the family he last saw him on the train in lincoln, nebraska and seemed confused. the family says he took medication that might have made him disoriented. >> and we'll be right back. >>> governor brown just made space exploration a priority for california. the governor signed a bill helping push commercial flight into space forward. >> i had goose bumps thchl is so exciting. >> this retired endeavor crisscrossed california as a tribute to those who participated in the program. and endoveor flew 25 missions and racked up 123 million miles. >> there is a huge aircraft that flew by the state capitol then over the iconic golden gate bridge before heading to southern california and passing by places like the santa monica pier. >> and this man worked on six missions. >> it's a sense of accomplishment. and this is very emotional to see it. >> and just before it flew by, there is a bill giving a boost to the commercial space travel industry. under the law the governor gave aerospace pioneers immun ti from liability if space craft passengers are injured onboard. >
in colorado this afternoon. the plane was flying from nebraska to santa monica when the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit. this is a photo tweeted by a romney spokesperson. there were ten people on board. a spokes person says the smoke was caused by an electrical fire. >>> the shuttle "endeavor" is on the ground in southern california tonight. the workhorse of nasa's shuttle fleet took its last night today, landing at lax where it's parked tonight. it will spend several weeks there, undergoing preparations for a slow-speed journey to the california science center. before arriving at lax, the shuttle flew past several carr land marks in san francisco. the crowds lined up to see it fly by the golden gate bridge. stephanie troung has more. >> reporter: a proud and final moment for the space shuttle. >> it flew 135 flights. it had over 800 seats that people went into space. >> reporter: bo was one of those people. he was one of the first. not on "endeavor" but the other four nasa shuttles, saying goodbye to the only one he never flew on was bittersweet for the 74-year-old. >> there are things
] >> our live coverage from a couple more live events for today. live coverage of a nebraska senate debate that's between democrat bob kerrey and republican derek fisher. an open seat in nebraska created by the retirement of democratic senator ben nelson. we'll have that for you live at noon eastern on c-span, courtesy of key etd in omaha, nebraska. also will have remarks from the president of yemen on the future of this country in light of security problems and hunger crisis. we will have those comments live for you at went eastern on c-span. tonight more campaign 2012 coverage. a life wisconsin senator they. congresswoman tammy baldwin debating former health secretary tom he comes in who is a republican. the debate is hosted by the wisconsin broadcasters association. it is courtesy of tv in milwaukee. we will have a live for you at 9:00 eastern on c-span. >> [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> [inaudible conversations] >> a. >> [inaudible conversations] >> this cybersecurity summit is about to get underway. i reminder, i misspoke, it is democratic senator herb kohl ret
running mate will visit new orleans. ann romney will campaign in nebraska. a centreville man wants to know thehis protest against president is drawing so much attention. that he was not invoking lynching. he said it was a nod to clint eastwood's speech at the republican convention. becausethat he hung it people were stealing his other signs. but i feel like it is an attack on free speech. it's like a little of nothing and they build it into something. is awarecret service and it's under investigation. iswe don't yet know who run the country, but plans are underway for inauguration day. california speaker john boehner and house minority leader nancy hammered away at the nails in the platform that to. be used the president will take his oath monday, january 21. a private ceremony will be held the day before. >> the anticipation finally coming to an end. day-to-day apple fans have been waiting for. >> the company's newest smartphone will hit store shelves this morning. fans have been lining up and be some of the on theo get their hands latest on. phone. these folks in bethesda have been there
senate is true in 49 of 50 states. finance and buyer of nebraska which has shown it is capable to achieve a decent political order withi am and buyer of nebraska h has shown it is capable to achieve a decent political order with only one legislative house. we have our house of representatives and senate--a single president who with a stroke of a pen can render irrelevant the joint decisions made by both house and senate perhaps with significant majority in each but not the magic and relatively unattainable number of two thirds required to override a presidential veto. we also remember this year that even getting through a try cameral legislature might not be enough because we currently live under an extraordinarily politically divided supreme court that certainly believes itself authorized to strike down legislation. some people would say to serve as a fourth legislative chamber. the united states under both democratic and republican presidents declares its support for what i have come to call of democracy project around the world. we should reflect far more than we do on the fact that th
early today in america. in nebraska, four masked men armed with an ak-47 took over a mini market. they dragged a clerk along the floor as she struggled, then forced her to the cash register to hand over money. they were in and out of the store in less than 90 seconds and they're wanted for at least one other holdup. >>> in california, newly released video shows a 70-year-old woman getting car jacked in a parking lot. moments later she was run down by her very own suv with her attacker behind the wheel. the woman has recovered from her injuries but the car jacker is still at large. >>> in north carolina it's hard to believe, but authorities say that's a u.s. marine on the left viciously attacking a taxi driver. the marine stationed at camp lejeune is accused of beating and threatening to kill that cabby. the marine later checked himself into a mental health facility and is expected to be arrested. >>> finally, on a far less serious note in georgia, there's a legal battle brewing over a pink dollhouse. a homeowner's association is suing in part because the play house built for a 4-
:47. evacuation orders have been lifted for some of the areas threatened by three fires in northwestern nebraska. one of the fires is close to being contained, but strong winds helped the other two fires grow over the weekend. more than 280 square miles have burned including at least 27,000 acres in south dakota. nebraska's governor said it will likely take several more days to fully contain the fires. >>> the coast guard said 7 people have been rescued after their boat caught fire in washington state. it all happened saturday night about 15 miles south of bellingham. the coast guard said 7 people jumped into the water. they were rescued by a passing boat. they were later taken to a marina. they were not hurt. a tow company is now trying to salvage what's left of that boat. >> this one started yesterday morning. that used to be the thunder bird hotel. it took firefighters about four hours to get things under criminal. the building was being used for storage. it had been empty since 2005. no firefighters were hurt. the pie lot who died in a crash was a veteran pilot with more than 20 years of fly
. in nebraska, four masked men armed with an ak .47 took over a minimarket. they dragged a clerk across the floor and forced her to hand over money. they are in and out of the store in 90 seconds. >>> in california, video shows a 70-year-old woman getting carjacked in a parking lot, then run down by her own suv with her attacker behind the wheel. the woman recovered from the injuries. >>> in north carolina, it's hard to believe but authorities say that's a u.s. marine on the left viciously attacking a taxi driver. he's accused of beating and attacking the driver. he's expected to be arrested. >>> on a far, far less serious note in georgia, a legal battle brewing over a pink dollhouse. the homeowners association is suing because it irritates neighbors. the grandmother will fight to keep the pink. todd santos is here with weather. those people need more to do. >> i think i'd say maybe i'm this kind of person, but i would paint the house. >> it sends a statement. >> i love you neighborhood. if more of us, waking up to cool temperatures in new york and vermont. we'll talk about the temperat
truths are iyanla's stock and trade. amy, of battlecreek, nebraska, let her husband and two sons and ran off with another man. three years later, she's come back with iyanla to try to make things right. >> you've given them the broking pieces of yourself. >> reporter: you give them not just tough love, but tough talk. >> when they write he and tell me what the problem is, i step into the problem as i find it. >> reporter: because you're tough. you are harsh at times. and they thank you for that. >> well, it sounds harsh, because the truth will set you free. now, there's labor pains in order to burst that truth. >> broke my heart. >> reporter: iyanla may be tough on amy, but she also cuts right to the source of her pain. >> like it was my fault. >> reporter: there might be some in the audience who think, shouldn't this be better handled by a psychiatrist. what makes you qualified? >> the fact that i'm a minister, a trained spiritual life coach. the fact that i'm a woman in her 50s who raised three churn and made lots of mistakes along the way. >> reporter: she may have a masters degree in
:00, caught a bad invades a nebraska newsroom and the chaos was caught on video, watch. >> sarah, what are you doing in there? >> there you go, the hourlong reign of terror began with an animal swooping down from the ceiling, they finally knocked it down to the floor and hopefully let it go outside. a little scary. a familiar face returning to tv today on the c w, michelle will get a chance to speak to rikki lake about how it feels to be back on the air. >> it has been very great, it feels like the first day of going back to shooting, you wonder if you will remember how to do it, will come instinctively, and it was like getting on a bike again, i feel very grateful to be coming back for a second time. >> you have a lot of fans in the bay area, what would you like to tell them? especially those just waiting for your return? >> for the people that grew up watching me, you're not the same person you were in the 90's and either a my. this show is the elevated, more mature version of my old show and i'm very grateful to my fan base, san fransisco is one of my favorite cities in the world. and i alw
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